Stories of life during a pandemic told by normal people from around the world.We don’t know where things are headed. But when we’re trying to later understand an event, so much gets missed when we only do so after the fact.As the coronavirus crisis has scaled to global proportions, I wanted to create something that would allow us to document our own uncertainty, anxiety, and serendipity in real time. My hope is that after this is all over, as we listen to these recordings, we’ll have a sense of the lies we told ourselves, the truths we hoped to believe, and conviction with which we believed what at the time.Created and hosted by Morgan LeeProduced by Richard Clark, Sarah Cameron, and Morgan LeeAll Alone is a Useful Group podcast.We're on Instagram and Twitter at @AllAlonePod. Learn more about the project here or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introducing: Feel For the Game, Season 2
Welcome back to the Area Code neighborhood: Feel For the Game.
Nick and Noah return with a series of (mainly basketball) conversations about nostalgic moments in NBA history, current issues plaguing the league, how coping and mental health play a role in sports, and more.
Tune-in as they unprofessionally, but sincerely explore why sports are bigger than just the score of the game. Subscribe now, and follow along to find out how many times Noah makes an unwarranted Kansas Jayhawks basketball reference.
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Introducing: Wildwood Flower
Welcome the newest resident to the Area Code neighborhood:Wildwood Flower: Stories of Women who Built Country Music.
Season 1 premiering on June 4th! Available on all platforms.
To find out more about the podcast, listen to the introductory episode here.
Subscribe and follow on Instagram at wildwoodflowerpod to stay updated on new episodes and special announcements.
Introducing: No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party
Check out another show on the Area Code Network, No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party:
We can't stop talking about the enneagram, so we started a podcast to get it all out of our system. No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party is a safe space for ennegram and pop culture fanatics. Each week, pop culture expert, Richard Clark, and enneagram expert, Bethany Perkins watch a movie or tv show and talk about it through the lens of the enneagram.
Introducing: Attached to the Invisible
Check out another show on the Area Code Network, Attached to the Invisible:
Exploring the intersection of the science of attachment and theology, we’re asking why we feel disconnected from God, and how to cultivate security and safety.
Find our more here: https://www.propheticimaginationstation.com/attached
Welcome to Area Code
The Area Code Network launches today!
Area Code is a collective of creators who have gathered to create the most genuine, sincere work possible, uninhibited by red tape or competing agendas, and All Alone is just one of many podcasts that are a part of it.
Check out www.areacodenetwork.com for more information and to sign up for our newsletter.
#28: Watch the Rainstorms
She believes that the virus is a hoax and that we are conveniently using it to keep her from seeing her son. - Anja Marie
Rain has always brought this sense of comfort and being drenched in the spiritual. - Kenji
All Alone is a podcast about life during a pandemic.
These audio diaries were recorded during the week of May 17.
This show is created and hosted by Morgan Lee and produced by Sarah Cameron, Nick Thompson, Richard Clark, and Morgan Lee.
All Alone is a Useful Group podcast.
We're on Instagram and Twitter at @AllAlonePod. Learn more about the project here or send us an email at email@example.com.
I Need This Broadening Input
I’m a homeschool mum on 16 rural acres and very little at stake, so I could actually miss (and, therefore, waste) this whole pandemic. All the voices speak their own version of the experience. We need this.
Super raw and comforting
It brings so much SOLACE to hear about what other people are thinking about and doing, i love how there are people participating from around the world. It’s always so different. And it’s so raw. I love the RAW.
Comforting and fascinating!
I really enjoyed listening to the first 2 episodes. I got a lot of comfort from them, actually, even when they were angry or scared... because that’s how I’m feeling too. I also really enjoyed hearing about what it has been like for someone living outside the US. Highly recommend!